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. the inner loop in virginia, a radical and construction blocking one lane. on the note at 66, or traffic must exit west on 66, "nutley street, and then hit that eastbound to access the beltway. construction and remains on the lappin at 66. 270 is good in germantown. back to you. >> thank you. >>> 4:32 on this wednesday morning. an apparent according case in the northwest neighborhood. a woman's belongings sprawled down the block after she is a victim from her apartment. it has led to serious issues. details from the roman and insight on how this will be resolved. >> eliose diaz came from nothing, growing up in venezuela. she began saving everything she could when she moved to the u.s. >> corridor for years to collect things to send to my country. >> she recently lost her job as a husky per, delahunt, and got evicted today. >> no job, no money. >> neighbors were concerned and they saw how much stuff was thede the the bodman cial --- womans' house. >> we've been calling politicians. >> it was to no avail. >> we went through a similar situation with a blizzard and gunnoe helicopter -- and got no
chavez fox 5 news. >>> the news edge in virginia and a stunning crime out of manassas today. a photographer was robbed and stabbed this morning while taking pictures at the canterbury village shopping center. police say two people approached him demanding his camera and cash. he refused. they stabbed him. residents were surprised to learn of the crime. >> a little bit of mixed reaction. i'm a little bit not surprised because it's not the best neighborhood, but at the same time it's really shocking because that kind of thing just shouldn't happen. >> caught, one of the suspects a 15-year-old boy. they're still looking for the other person. as for the photographer, he's being treated for several stab wounds and is expected to recover. >>> another big story tonight, the fight to repeal don't ask don't tell. it looks like the military's policy on gay troops will remain in effect for the foreseeable future. an effort to repeal the policy fell short in the senate today. fox 5's bob barnard joins us live in the newsroom with more. >> it's a complicated issue. for instance, the four
lot of head lights down towards montrose. good morning, virginia, didn't forget about about you. 66 headed eastbound. your slow from route 50 to 123. no incidents or accidents. 95 in virginia an accident going southbound. still continues to take away a couple of left lanes at route 1 and looks like going northbound you're putting on the brakes between the prince william parkway and route 1 bridge. andrea back to you. >>> at the top of the hour here's a look at some of the stories happening today. president obama heads to northern virginia. he'll discuss health care reform at a home necessary falls church. he'll be there just before lunch. >>> after that, he heads to new york for the united nations conference. today world leaders will unveil a global campaign aimed at saving the lives of women and children. it will be backed by $40 billion in funds. >>> the heads of two egg companies go before congress today. right county egg and hillendale farms are linked to a salmonella outbreak. 1600 people have become sick. investigators blame filthy conditions at two the farms. >>> district p
in this case. >>> now to the tragedy in lorton, virginia. a mother and two of her children killed in a fire, but her quick thinking saved the lives of her three other children. with flames all around her, she and her two -- or she told her two older children to jump out of a second story window and dropped her 2-month-old baby to safety. but there wasn't enough time to save everyone. the fire broke out inside a home on richmond, highway. peggy fox is live near the scene and, peggy, this is a real heartbreaker. >> it certainly is. >> reporter: as parents we know, we save our children first. save yourself later. well that's exactly what happened here this morning when this young family was awakened by the smell of smoke. >> and i knew the kids were still in there. c.i.a. c.i.a. >> i asked her where they were at and they said they are still in the house. and we couldn't do anything. >> reporter: there was nothing they could do but watch the home burn with a mother and two of her small children inside. the neighbors say the young mother sacrificed herself to save three of her five children, get
the official cause of this fire. we're live tonight in lorton, virginia. backstudio. >> all right. >>> a navy seal with ties to our area has been kild in the war in afghanistan. >> there are more revelations about a white house battle over the war's exit strategy. we begin with jane watrel. >> reporter: the silver spring native was o of nine service members killed in ablack hawk crash on tuesday. lieutenant looney was a navy seal and a 2007 graduate of the naval academy. he was in nation special war fafrl he was always 1999 graduat of dematha catholic high school where he played football. he switched to lacrosse a navy and played on that team with his two brothers. and he was a standout. this afternoon, his high school footll coach told news4, he was devastated by the news of his death. he was scheduled to return to dematha to talk to students there. >> he was a great student athlete. three years on the varsity football team. a two-year starter. a senior, his co-captain. the type of young man who would do anything you asked him to do and then some. he was always trying to do the right thing a
have temperatures in the western regions in the 50s in western maryland, west virginia. on the bay, on the eastern shore, around 60 degrees. right near the waters i's in the mid and upper 60s. he view from space showing a mostly clear sky. a few clouds producing showers in eastern kentucky. that is a little bitf a disturbance that may be drifting up into the shenandoah valley. east of the blue ridge, sunset, and metro area perhaps this evening. and otherwise we'llust have a few clouds coming through with highs near 90 today. near 90 on thursday. e'll repeat this on friday. a mini heat wave as we say good-bye to summer, hello autumn. it should cool down as we get to the weekend. saturday highs in the mid-80s. morning lows in the 60s. cooler on sunday in the next week. jerry, how is the traffic? >> doing fine sofr this morning. overnight road work has been picked up. travel lanes open. relatively light to moderate volume. that is good news. northbound movg along well. 395 to 14th street bridge, a little hard to tell this early morning. lanes are open. that's the g.w. parkway under 3
virginia. >> murder mystery. the search is on for a person who killed a woman in prince george's county in broad daylight. >>> a woman's eviction plight is playg out on the streets of d.c. as her belongings setch for blocks. we are live on the scene. good morning. thanks for joining us for news 4 tmptd i'm eun yang. >> good morning. i'm joe krebs. september 22nd, 2010. live look outside. 66 degrees right now. and astronomical fall is about to fall right here. >> it happens at 11:09 don't. t day will feel like summer. off to the west a big moon in the sky like a pizza pie. it's getting low in the sky now. it's about to set. i think it's pepperoni with double cheese. to the left of that is jupiter. right now, 68 in washington. milder morning. and it's in the six thrghout most of the region. 50s out of the mountains. low 60s around the bay and the eastern shore, virginia tidewater. we do have a mostly clear sky now. a disturbance producinghowers in eastern kentucky. that may be drifting up into the shenandoah valley. late afternoon, early this evening we might have a psing thunder shower h
para este hecho de sangre on sobre en virginia politicos salieron a bailar salsa buscando ganar la simpatia del electorado asi como fondos para sus campaÑas politicas... jose angel aguirre nos tiene mas informacion con el ritmo tropical de la salsa politicos como el concejal walter tejada y los co, y jim moram buscan ganar la simpatia del electorado asi como fondos para sus campaÑas de reeleccion de este proximo 2 de noviembre los democratas somos muy inclusivos y en el caso de los latinos buscamos el angulo de nuestra comunidad y esto es un evento le llamamos salsa para los democratas tiene evento un toque latino estamos trayendo personas de todas partes blancos afroamericanos latinos de todos por que creen cucinelli y mcdonell aqui en virginia entonces ahora tenemos que prepararnos y ponernos las pilas para que este dos de noviembre de este aÑo elegir a los democratas para continuar el camino de buscar una legalizacion ganada para una reforma migratoria integral pero la gran sorpresa la dio el senador jim webb quien an
leads at all. president obama will take his health care message to northern virginia this afternoon. he will stop by a false church home for a factor discussion with local families about health care and the patient's bill of rights. -- he will stop by a falls church helmut 48 backyard discussion wit$ local families about health care in the patient's bill of rights. insurance companies can no longer deny coverage to children based on a pre-existing conditions. >> consumers should talk to their human resources department or their insurance plan to make sure they are aware of when the changes actually occur. >> one unintended consequence of the law, there are reports of some major insurance companies will stop cove)ing children altogether. national support for the overall has declined since march, and democratic lawmakers have largely avoided the su!ject in their campaigns. the republicans have pledged to do all they can to chip away at the law. >>> the man in gamez and demand accounts of decision making and said the bush white house has a new book coming out. it is called "obama wars." >>
to be executed in virginia happened in 1912. >>> a former virginia chiropractor who treated the capitals will be on three years of probation for steroid charges. he pled guilty in a florida courtroom to possession of a controlled substance. nagel said the drugs were for personal use. however, a florida supplier were said they were for professional athletes. three caps players admitted that he gave chiropractor treatment but denied using steroids. >>> republicanslocked an effort to lift the ban on gays serving openly in the military yesterday. but senate majority leader harry reid said he plans to bring up the issue after the november elections. craig melvin talked to some local people whowill be listening. >> he was in the air force for five years. >> ranked number one in my class. pilot's lot. a female went to my commander and said he's gay. >> he watchedclosely as the senate took up repeeling the 17-year-old on gays serving openly in the military. instead of questioning the merits. they questioned the motivation of the timing of the vote. >> this is a plate ont ploy to try to galvanize
popular commuter route, only one lane to the left. elsewhere, in virginia and accidents southbound 95 on occoquan bridge is gone. northbound traffic, give yourself extra time leaving potomac mills. back to you. >> thank you. >>> bedbugs are becoming a problem across the country. there are unique ways to try to fight the pests. experts have gathered in chicago if to check out to the newest weapons in the war against them. they include dogs trained to detect the in sex. and there's a suitcase with a heater to bake the bugs. there's a trailer-sized version 2 sanitize your mattress. and there's another option to freeze bugs. >>> 65 degrees. coming up, it is 5:00 somewhere. budweiser has a free beer waiting for you. >>> and the latest push to leave the rat race behind. >>> hot, dry air this summer is having an impact. in brianne carter. de boss: and now i'll turn it over to the gecko. gecko: ah, thank you, sir. as we all know, geico has been saving people money on rv, camper and trailer insurance... ...as well as motorcycle insurance... gecko: oh...sorry, technical difficulties. boss: uh..
're dealing with hardly anything out on the roadways. i like it like this. 90 northbound in virginia. that's our first camera. want to show that you everyone they're moving at speed out of fredericksburg. so making your way up towards the mixing bow. as we take it over to 395 headed northbound no problems to report out this way from the beltway towards shirleying ton. keep an eye on north capital street. everything nice and clear out here. looks like construction in the area is now gone and wrapping up the outer loop in maryland everything is all good out here. lanes wide open between 95 and the georgia avenue exit. back to you. >>> d.c. police officers have spent the night guarding huge piles of stuff. they're the belongings of a woman who was evicted from her apartment. 9news reporter kristin fisher joins us now with her story. good morning, kristin. >> reporter: good morning, andrea. so often we hear these stories of eviction and foreclosure taking place across the country but it's very rare to actually see somebody's personal struggle literally spread out on the sidewalk for all to s
. >>> moving nicely on the beltway in virginia. there was will work on 95 in baltimore that should be out of the late now. between richmond and baltimore along 95, looks good also on the freeway and the dulles toll road. it's decent between centreville and the beltway on 66. on 270, normal travel times near father hurley boulevard. back to you. >> thank you. >>> not your normal eviction. authorities serving notice to: found a possible hoarding situation. courtney robinson is live along 11th street to tell us about it. >> israa to looked at. we want you to see exactly what we are talking about. these odd belongings of -- these are the belongings of eloisa diaz. she was evicted. they came and took out olivehurst stuff. she's concerned people will take things. she has dealt with that at least once overnight. she says that she cannot pick out from all of this what is most important because if she says every item is important. her intention for keeping all of this was to help her family in venezuela. she says she worked hard to collect all these things to have them dump on the street. >> i've
. >>> the u.s. supreme court will not intervene in the scheduled execution of a virginia woman scheduled to die thursday night. she was convicted in a 2002 murder for hire scheme that left her husband and stepson dead. -- supreme court voted to > but did not to stop the execution. she will be the first woman to be executed in virginia in a century. >>> in montgomery county woman tells a disturbing story about what happened after an alarm company mistake prevented police from responding. >> this happened while the woman was out on her honeymoon. how this turned into a big nightmare. >> i have no idea if anyone broke into my house three days ago. everything could be gone. >> that is kate branson, pleading with police to check on her home after her alarm system went away while she was on honeymoon. >> i am giving permission to go right now. can you go? >> not according to our policy. >> why? >> it comes down to this number. it is the registration number for kate's alarm. when it went off, at a dp security services called -- adp security services called 911 and give the wrong number. >> i a
tonight. >>> three people are dead after a fire in northern virginia home. one of them died while saving three children. it happened in fairfax county. neighbors struggled to help but in the end they could only do so much. beth parker live at the scene of the tragedy. >> reporter: well, brian, if you look over my shoulder, you can see what is left of this town house on hager circle. investigators are working to figure out what started this fire. neighbors are trying to understand the horror of what they saw and heard. >> i hear somebody screaming. >> reporter: at the sound of those screams neighbors came rung. >> when i came out my door, i just saw yellow, and i just started rung. >> reporter: there were many what wanted to help. >> it was too much fire. it was everywhere. we couldn't even get in ourselves. >> reporter: they knew a woman and children were inside. as the town house burned that woman dropped a newborn out a second-story window and lowered two other children out to a man the kids describe as an uncle. >> i heard her screaming out, and he was screaming back to her when i got
by the commonwealth of virginia. lewis was convicted for paying and providing sex in exchange for the murders of her husband and stepson. she pleaded guilty in 2003. the trigger men in the case got life sentences. lewis' appeal was rejected yesterday by the u.s. supreme court. >>> we now know the name of the woman murdered outside her prince george's county apartment. neighbors say the woman was moving out of her old apartment on green belt road into a home that she had just purchased. it is believed that her killer attacked her when she returned to the apartment to move things. at this point her killer is still on the loose. >>> movers are coming to the rescue of a woman evicted from her apartment. her items took up several blocks of a neighborhood in northwest washington. the center of it all 11th street and otis place in the columbia heights area. chris ten fisher is live to tell us exactly what's going on now. >> reporter: you know, we've heard so much recently about foreclosures and evictions. but it's another thing to really see it. for this one woman in columbia heights, this is all of her st
she died. so far, no motive or suspect in this one. >>> in manassas, virginia, a photographer was robbed and stabbed while taking pictures at the canterbury village shopping center yesterday morning. police say two people approached him and demanded his camera and money. when he refused, police say they stabbed him. >> a little bit of mixed reaction. i'm a little bit not surprised because it is not before the neighborhood but at the same time, it is shocking because i kind of thing this shouldn't happen. >> police caught one of the suspects, a 15-year-old boy. they are still looking for another person. the photographer is being treated for several stab wounds and is expected to recover. >>> another big story this morning. blocking a repeal of don't ask, don't tell. senate republicans unanimously voted to block a bill that would have lifted the mull tri's ban on openly gay soldiers. the general chosen by president obama to lead the marine corps says he does not think that congress should lift the ban. he spoke on capitol hill just hours before the septa defeated the defense pol
>>> breaking news right now this midday. tragedy in virginia. flames tear through a family's home killing three people, including two children. several others are in the hospital at this hour. good morning, everyone. efforts to put the fire out entirely are still ongoing. elaine reyes is live on the scene. what a tragedy. >> it really is, a lot of very concerned neighbors, set family members on the other side of this apartment complex. we can tell you more than 60 firefighters are on the scene, still trying to put out some hot spots. fire and police investigators are also on the scene, trying to figure out what caused it. fire cre arrived at this townhouse complex between 8:30 and 9:00 this morning. as they pulled up, they saw flames coming out of all the windows. nghbors were yelling, there were people inside the burning unit, including small children. firefighters worked to pull some of the victims from that house. three people died at the scene, one adult and two children. four ours, one adult and three cldren, were transported to an area hospital. >> pushed them out. they trie
. supporters say her sentence is unfair but they are running out of time. tonight, fighting death in virginia. but first from fox this wednesday night, those reports of deep division within the white house about the afghan war. the details come from a book by bob woodward. the man who helped blow open the watergate scandal. now in obama's wars, woodward writes that. so president's top advisors tried to undermine each other as they debated the afghan strategy. the president set a withdrawal plan because he said, quote, i can't lose the whole democratic party. but there is word even the president's special representative for the region didn't believe the war strategy. the "new york times" reports the book quotes richard holbrooke as saying "it can't work." the book's other details of disagreement and fiction include vice president biden once calling holbrook the most ego tis particular call bastard he had ever met. disrespect between mike mullen and james cart write and colonel david petraeus telling somebody he didn't like talking to advisor david axelrod because in his words axelrod was a co
, a and virginia. crimes began n february of 2009 and include arundel, bbatimore and howard counties. $10,000 is offered for information leading to a conviction. >> and state police have arrested four people that they believe are part of a theft ring stealing heating and air conditioning units. police say the thieves have bee3 operating in carroll county since spring. ú%king entire units worth thousands of dollars from iivestigators believe he ú%spects were taking copper and otherrmetaas from the equipment. and then reselling t to scrap yards. >> east baltimorr neighborhood fights back tonight with a community clean up against drug activity which was taking over a playground. several area church members and community leaders were part of %-run down park on aiken andll lafayette avenuee neighbors say people routinely volunteerssare hopeful tteer for the children. >> going to bring n cameras, bringing in the police cameras, to keep an eye n this plaaground aftee dark. watching 24// at thhs playground. so they wiil not come back. >> members of the ark church3 will maintain the park in
en un complejo de viviendas en la zona de lorton, virginia.. alo lleg a la escena tenian fuego saliendo por las ventanas del frente de la casa los vecinos dijeron que habia gente adenrtro y los bomberos hicieron un ataque agresivo tratando de apagar el fuego y entrar desafortunadamente y pese al esfuerzo se tuvo que lamentar la perdida de vidas y una familia quedo destrozada. encontramos que habian tres victimas que murieron y tenemos cuatro mas que todavia no sabemos el estado y las condiciones en las que estan, pero estan en el hospital ahora. aunque el departamento de bomberos dijo desconocer las causas que originaron este incendio y que las mismas se encuentran bajo investigacion, vecinos eron a univision que una vela habria causado esta tragedia. ella tenia una candela en la casa en la sala y la candela se le cayo y entonces empezo a encenderse las cosas en la sala y ella quizo, cuando abrieron la puerta de la sala entro un viento y entonces agarro fuego lo demas. fuentes di
in virginia, days after the governor deny the clemency. theresa lewis will die tomorrow. she was convicted of masterminding the hired killings of her husband and stepson in 2002. >>> and making headlines, the d.c. state superintendent of education has resigned. the washington post is reporting that carrie briggs stepped down by e-mail last week with 24 hours notice. the school board is said to be shotgunned by her decision to leave. she was appointed by mayor fenty and she said she informed him of her plans in august. beth coli was appointed instead. >>> and the washington school paupon is striking back -- school union is striking back from comments by michelle rhee. she was told that teachers need to meet a criminal standard and the washington teacher's union president said these comments are an exaggeration and she has many tools on hand to fire teachers. the union contract heavily weighs performance over seniority. >>> another big story we're following. a florida father is apologizing for going on a tirade on a school bus. he said he was just sticking up for his daughter. ainsley earhar
virginia between manchin and racy now putting in the lead with a three point advantage that took a lot by surprise. joining me with his analysis frank luntz. russ fine geld in wisconsin. before -- russ feingold in wisconsin. before we get to that, we just had christine o'donnell on. it is interesting. i think sarah palin is right, the media want to destroy her, slander her. they are not doing the same to her opponent. when get as opportunity to speak what is your reaction? >> she is well tested, well measured speaker. sean you and i had a conversation and i also had some doubt back last tuesday. after listening to this interview that doubt is gone away. she articulate. she knows the issues. she focused locally on delaware. she not running a anything wide campaign she running a delaware-centered campaign. if i had the dials on now these independent speak voters, would like what she says. smaller government, less taxes, less regulation, more focus on what is going on in the state and less of all that washington stuff that the public in general and delaware in particular has turned agains
of all of it. >>> theresa lewis scheduled to die tomorrow. the first execution of a virginia woman in nearly a century. next hour, a death penalty expert complains why she should not be put to death. you could switch for up to 600 highway miles on a single tank of gas. or the hundred-thousand mile powertrain warranty. over a thousand people a day are switching to chevy. they're not just trading in, they're trading up. qualified lessees can get low mileage lease on this 2011 malibu ls for around one ninety-nine a month. call for details. the switch to chevy starts at chevydealer.com. >>> you have to wonder what the vatican is thinking, and what it's going to do to prevent this nonstop stream of scandals. as if the sex scandals aren't enough, like in milwaukee where the archdiocese fired nine priests accused of sexually abusing children, and the now dead priest who had sexual contact with students at the school for the death. a report came out a couple of weeks ago that detailed sex abuse allegations in nearly every diocese in belgium. 13 alleged victims killed themselves, and now an
reception in virginia s and meet with insurance commissioners and this evening, a democratic fund- raiser. the house returns to washington for a few days of business and the senate continues work. yesterday it did not move for the defense authorization bill and overturning "don't ask, don't tell." a ban on gays openly serving in the military. top story today, a new book by bob woodward about inside the white house. but with the president and his top military advisers and recounts a tough decision on whether to build up true spirit that is our topic this morning. you can give us a call and way and -- we are also on line. and you can find us on twitter. the top story and "the washington post," book details internal struggle over afghan plan. obama frustrated by the military. according to his notes, the president avoided talk of victory when he describe objectives. we are talking about a new book " coming outs monday. news outlets were able to get preview copies and discuss it. let us continue to look at "the washington post" breakdown. it says that most of the book centers on a strategy rev
making your way in towards virginia and we're going to end with inbound new york avenue nice and quiet commute this morning towards the 3rd street tunnel. >>> investigators are searching for answers after a woman is found dead on her doorstep. as brittany morehouse reports, neighbors say the woman was in the midst of a new beginning in her life. >> sad because i knew her. she lived hee for a long time. >> reporter: no name, no picture but people who knew are still grieving the woman found outside of her apartment on greenbelt road are remembering her with fondness she was specially sweet to young people. >> especially when you have kids. >> this is some scary things. >> reporter: many people were frightened when they saw the woman hanging outside of the front door of the apartment complex. they say she was lying down in the ground in a pool of blood. >> it looked like she probably fainted and one hand was out halfway where the doors are. >> reporter: police will say very little with the woman, except that she was in her 40s and suffered some blunt trauma but the friends she made descri
have come out here and donated services to move her stuff. j.k. moving and storage out of virginia and also had people come up and say, we want to give you a job and some place to live. people have come up to her on the street and given her money. what was a very sad situation has definitely turned around here in northwest washington. back to you in the studio. >> really good to hear, especially seeing all that stuff that was on the streets, you were saying, is what makes this truly different. a staggering amount there. thank you. >>> developing news for you right now, eight city officials from bell, california, expected to be arraigned on corruption charges. just minutes from now that guy paying himself hundreds of thousands of dollars. . >>> i'm nattily morales at the san jose mine in chile. this week, new hopes as progress is being made in their rescue. a live report coming up. [ female announcer ] food myth #9. [ woman ] chopping and peeling can be kinda relaxing at the end of the day. [ female announcer ] relaxing for who? try new market creations from lean cuisine. the new st
by piece until they dug this up into the house. >> reporter: a virginia moving company volunteered to take away as. >> reporter: neighbors complained to the city about trash and debris in the backyard but never imagined how bad it was inside. >> how would all that stuff fit into one house unless it was tie tied to more than one house. >> there are obvious psychological issues here. >> god is good. he is going to provide me good job and new things. >> the city is storing the rest of her belongings, sparing it from the dump for now. >> reporter: diaz was ask ised to take only the most important things, but she ended up not parting with most of it, and left just a few things behind, some of it still here being taken away to storage. now, city records do indicate that she was issued a violation for that trash and did he fwree. there's no way that inspectors would have known what was inside unless she allowed them in. they had no idea of all that hoarding going on. lawyer would. are. we're helping you navigate changes coming up next. >>> also ahead, the flu shot mate do more than just keep the
and storage in virginia volunteered to move and store her belongings and people call to offer her work and a place to stay. >> i am feeling happy and relieved, the stress. and now 100% is big change. >> d.c. officials say they've offered diaz counsling and services. >>> today on capitol hill, lawmakers presented what they call a disturbing picture of america's egg farm industry. they had serious questions the deplorable conditions found at two iowa farms linked to the summer salmonella outbreak. but as kristen dahlgren reports, the farm's owners were short on answers. >> reporter: it w a hearing that brought high emotion. disrupted by a protest against the entire egg industry. >> your wholeody head to toe is in agony. i was in fetal position for i don't know how long. >> reporter: while victims had plenty to say, theowner of one of the farms at the center of the salmonella outbreak refused to answer questions. >> i respectfully decline to answer the question. >> reporter: the investigation targets iowa's hillendale farms and wright county gs. these pictures are enough to make anyone si
, in virginia. a venue for the president and supporters to promote the new regulations on health insurance. he said the changes are not about getting between patients and doctors. >> these are designed not to have government more involved in health care. they are designed to make sure you have basic protections in your interactions with the insurance company. >>shepard: the democrats in washington call the changes a patient bill of rights. and now, our reporter is here is up here in new york city. less then three weeks from the midterms. hard to believe. what is the pitch? >>guest: the president is trying to give it a personal feel with people who are benefiting from health care reform or feel they will benefit from health care reform. and a minute of candor from the president on the message. take a listen. >> sometimes i fault myself nor not having been able to make the case more clearly, to the country. we spend, each of us who have health insurance, spend $1,000 of our premiums on somebody else's care. >>guest: he said it was bankrupting families and businesses and the government. >>shepard
is talking about health care in virginia, hoping to drum up a little support for a new plan six months after he signed it. here is the live picture right now, a backyard discussion in falls church, virginia. let's listen to the president. >> -- somebody who helped to champion the kinds of reforms and patients' rights we'll talk about here today, congressman jim moran is here. thank you so much, jim. [ applause ] and falls church mayor nade nader baruk i was just mentioning baruk means blessings in hebrew, one who is blessed and barack means the same thing so he and i, we're right there. and i know he feels blessed to be the mayor of this wonderful town. you know, when i came into office, obviously we were confronted with an historic crisis, the worst financial crisis since the great depression. we had lost 4 million jobs in the six months before i was sworn in, and we've lost almost 800,000 the month i was sworn in. obviously, the economy has been uppermost on our minds and i had to take a series of steps very quickly to make sure that we prevented the country from going into a second great
of state insurance commissioners. then he travels to northern virginia for a backyard discussion about health care reform and about the provisions that will go into effect tomorrow. >> thank you. it is 62 degrees on tv hill. the outcome of yesterday's vote on "don't ask, don't tell. >> a bus ride turns into a brawl. some feel >> welcome back. it will be a dry wednesday morning commute. is a lot warmer than yesterday. we're in the 60's. it will be a much warmer afternoon with high temperatures in the mid 80's later today and a 30% chance for a thunderstorm. for now, to the news desk. >> thank you. nine american troops lost their lives in a helicopter crashed in afghanistan. it is the deadliest helicopter crashed since 2006. this was near the pakistani border. the taliban claimed they shot the chopper down. the exact cause is under investigation. potential votes to repeal the "don't ask, don't tell policy was sidetracked in the senate. they fell short of the votes needed to open the debate. it was a procedural tactic. they reid could rbring bill back at a later date. 13,000 people have b
sarah caldwell. right now president obama is in a falls church, virginia neighborhood revisiting the health care reform law when they before the six-month anniversary. if it is the same day many key provisions are going to take effect. a poll shows the public remained skeptical. we are joined from washington with that story. >> the white house is reintroducing the health-care overhaul to the public, six months after it was signed into law, and six weeks after the election. >> we are done. [applause] >> on thursday, health care reform turned six months old and president obama will mark the milestone today by highlighting the patient's bill of rights. >> if the president will talk about how it is changing people's lives for the and better. >> and several major changes take effect on thursday. parents are now allowed to insure their children until the age of 25. there is no denying for pre- existing conditions. making preventative care a priority -- most policies must pay 100% for a list of services from cancer screening, to checkups and vaccinations. >> it is better to keep childre
will see very slow traffic because of the wet conditions. let's look at virginia. 95 southbound, that will be extremely slow, barely moving. that will take you from the belt way down to 123. i am eric thomas, back to you. >>> coming up, tea party candidate khristine o'donnell is following in sarah palin's footsteps. >> it is flu shot time. what you will need to be protected. >> arlington abuzz. residents say these ♪ storyteller: little miss muffet sat on a tuffet, eating her curds and whey. along came a burglar who broke into her home, and ransacked the place making off with several valuable tuffets. fortunately, geico had recently helped her with homeowners insurance. she got full replacement on her tuffets. the burglar was later captured when he was spotted with whey on his face. call geico and see how much you could save on homeowners insurance. >>> what you need to know about this season's flu shot. >> there is just one for all strains, but a special shot for seniors. >> there is a lot of disease going around. >> this man got his flu shot today at safeway. customers want t
son paul, livvd in this arlington virginia home. police are looking for clues ú%out his meetal state leading up to the shootinn. >> an east baltimore neighborhood fightiig back tonight against drug dealers accused of taking verra playground. keith daniels is standdng by live at he park where local churches and city hall have all joined in the city clean up effort. keiih? >>well, jeff, live on aiken street at lafayette avenue, a spot looking more like a play ground. ú%ke a look behind me over here. it is another kind of game happening heee at this hour in a place where they say, that the drug game dominated the court. it is children and the playground tonight. part of a neighborhood clean up. >> sylvestee tool social security part of the clean up crew. at the corner oo east lafayette and aiken street with several other church members, and community leaders. choping weeds, edging sidewalks. >> trying to put the play back in playground. at a run down park where %-sell and buy drugs.routinely a neighborhood take back, a community clean p. where children once played. >> weehope that i
contested house races leading up to the mid term elections. >> i think virginia 11 is a sign of what's going on with the country, not just virginia. i think virginia was a sign in 2009 of some of the anger going up in the rest of the country. virginia 11 will move in the direction of whatever ways the couldn't arery is going, and the sign of whether a wave is building for republicans will definitely be seen if republicans win this race in november. >> how are you doing? you've got the wrong shirt on. >> i'm running for congress. never thought i'd do that, but we need people who can balance the budget in congress. >> who are the candidates in the 11th district. >> jer arery connally, -- jerry connally who was elected in 2008 -- gerry connelly, who was elected in 2008 and his opponent 2008. recently, the district has been shifting toward democrats. president obama won it, president bush took it by a slim 50% or 51% of the margin in 2004 and won it by a bigger margin in 2000. however in 2009, the last governor's race, bob mcdonald, who ran as a republican, took 55% in this district. so the ques
spoke from a suburban backyard in virginia today about some important parts of health care reform that kick in tomorrow. >> number one, paul already mentioned, the issue of lifetime limits. that is not going to be the rule anymore after tomorrow. number two, pre-existing conditions for children. number three, we are going to make sure that if young people don't have health insurance through their employer, that they can stay on their parents' health insurance up the age of 26. number four, you're going to be able to choose your doctor and not have to go through some network in an emergency situation. >> well, apparently that is not all true. item two, health care could have aren't for children with pre-existing conditions has now hit a snag. some major health insurance companies have chosen to stop selling children-only policies in states like california, illinois, florida and connecticut. is there anything lawmakers can do to fix that snag? congresswoman loretta sanchez, democratic, california, joins us from capitol hill. congresswoman, you know, the biggest selling point to the
stern from leesberg, virginia. and we need a pair of eyes so log on to our website, wusa9.com and send us a storm report if you would. so for tonight, severe thunderstorm watch until 10:00. some severe storms and some heavy. partly cloudy and mild, and temperatures 64-72 and we'll put the watches up at the bottom of the screen shortly. >> thank you, topper. >>> now to a tragic scene in lorton, virginia as a fire takes the life of a mother and two of her children. peggy fox joins us to explain how the woman's three other children made it out alive. >> reporter: well neighbors say this mother did everything she could to save her children. with flames all around her, she got her two oldest children out of a two story window and dropped her baby into the arms of a friend but that fire moved too fast to save her two other children or herself. >> it was just black smoke and you couldn't see anything in the house. >> reporter: huge flames and thick smoke poured from their neighbor's home, a home with five small children, including a 2-month-old baby. mother sacrificed herself by saving three
delays from germantown ford mva. no incidents just volume. you'll find if you are traveling in virginia, 395 slowing leaving duke street up toward seminary road. slow across theocko juan and again in springfield. that's a check of your fox 5 on- time traffic. >>> quite the scene in a d.c. neighborhood where tons of belongings are dumped out on to the street. a woman's personal items stretching across several blocks of an intersection. >> the woman being kicked out of her home, desperate to save her items. we have the story. >> reporter: mrs. diaz said she was evicted from her home and she didn't have anywhere to go. this is all of her stuff. according to her, this is what she did, she basically collected these items to send home to her family in venezuela. i want to introduce you to mrs. diaz. obviously, it's been a long night. you lost your job, isn't that what happened. you used to be a care giver. tell me about that. >> i i've been working for many years for a senior citizen in their house and cleaning and taking their medication and whatever they need, i'm happy to do it. but the dy
from this. >> she'll probably like the publicity. who knows. >>> in bluefield, west virginia, there are signs that fall is right around the corner. a couple of farmers are showing off the ultimate halloween accessory. three massive pumpkins that weigh between 500 and 950 pounds. the giant gourds are still on the vine. next month, they will be entered in an annual pumpkin festival. by then, they hope to tip the scales at over 1,000 pounds. this is "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >> live, local, late-breaking, this is wbal-tv 11 news today in hd. >> good morning, everyone. it should be a dry commute for us on this wednesday, the last day of summer. yesterday we were in the 40's in many spots. 62 at the airport. 55 in parkton. a mixture of sunshine and clouds. the high temperature between 83 and 88. summer-like state to say the least. we will check the seven-day forecast coming up in just a few minutes. for now, to the news desk in. >> thank you. 62 degrees on tv hill. here's a look ahead to 11 news today. >> the latest unemployment numb
condición pre existentes y consumidores podrán apelar. >> hoy en virginia rodeado de familias, el preguntas obaivisi estadounidenses estén protegidos por su tamaño la reforma de saluden entrará en afecto gradualmente, muchos de los cambios se verán recién en el 2014. >> todo el mundo que quiere seguro va a tener la oportunidad de para cojoerlo si teej bajo ingresos el gobierno le va a ayudar premios para estar en estos programas. >> cambios no son bienvenidos para todos ahora que los niños con condiciones no pueden ser rechazados y varias compañías de seguro aquí en california en otros estados van desde mañana a dejar de vender estas polizas, y dijo en comunicado que lamentablemente la ley ha creado un ambiente competitivo desbalanceado. >> y dijeron que la compañías de seguros están tomando decisiones sin importo lugar familias y niños que los necesitan. en san áánoticiero univisioh@un decidido, y vamos ah@ticierivis explica los próximos pasos seguir. >> el preguntas obama dijo que creeivisioespués de eleccióngen de noviembre senadores republicanos que en el pasado apoya
knows. >>> in bluefield, west virginia, there are signs that fall is right around the corner. a couple of farmers are showing off the ultimate halloween accessory. three massive pumpkins that weigh between 500 and 50 pounds. the giant gourds are still the vine. next month,hey will be entered in an annual pumpkin festival. by then, they hope to tip the scales at over 1,000 pounds. this is "early today," just your first stop of the day toy on your nbc station. [ male announcer ] it's suny afternoon. time for football on verizon fios. the nfl in 100% fiber-optic hd quality. that's a good start. but what's this? i can check my fantasy stats without changing the channel. and get an alert any time my team enters the red zone. and then watchvery red zone play on nfl redzone. watch out couch, you've got competition as daddy's favorite. it's time for fi. call the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v visit verizon.com/getfios. >>> 4:28 is our time right now. degrees outside as we look at a beautiful clear sky above the ation's dam. we'll check in with tom in just
of this forms a backdrop to the president's visit to a family home in falls church, virginia. >> and health care was one of those issues that we could no longer ignore. we couldn't ignore it because the cost of health care has been escalating faster than just about anything else. and i don't need to tell you all that. even if you you have health insurance, seen your co-payments, premiums skyrocket. even if you get health care from your employer, that employers' costs have skyrocketed and they're starting to pass more and more of those to their employees. more people don't get health care from their employers. >> now, republicans are vowing to undercut, some are actually vowing to repeal health reforms if they win control of the house. in the meantime, 20 different states are suing the federal court. in florida, calling health insurance mandates an unconstitutional power grab. basically saying that the u.s. government is not empowered to do some of the things they've done in health care reform. it's a little bit like an al capone case. it's got to do with the rights the federal government has to
how big can a pumpkin grow? three friends in mercer county, west virginia grew a 160- pounder last year. they decided how large to make one this year. the smallest of the three they have this year 500 pounds. the biggest 954 pounds. and it's still growing. it's growing at a rate of 2 pounds a day. when it was harvested october 6, it's expected to weigh in at more than a thousand pounds. what do you do with a thousand pound pumpkin? >>> coming up: making trouble 140 characters at a time. twitter gets hacked. and as a progressive customer, you get to use any of our concierge claim centers. so i can just drop off my car and you'll take care of everything? yep, even the rental. what if i'm stuck at the office? if you can't come to us, we'll come to you in one of our immediate response vehicles! what if mother won't let me drive? then you probably wouldn't have had an accident in the first place. and we're walkin'! and we're walkin'... making it all a bit easier -- now that's progressive! call or click today. but this is warm, fresh-baked strawberry toaster strudel. [ music ] see the d
in virginia, those won't affect us. this next line could affect us if it holds together but it's still tracking more east than southeast. that means most of this will still be a pennsylvania weather story although maryland may get some of this next line th boundary, we paint it as a stationary front meaning it's going to shift but it's not going to come through with a classic cold front blowing through the area. in fact, this warm weather flow is going to continue in the next several days. we clear it out tomorrow and we're going to be clear again as we go into the day friday. that will be even a hotter day. i think we can make low, mid-90s. that will be the second full day of fall and in the feeling like it at you will a. 68 tonight. as we go into the day tomorrow, still a few storms this evening, # #, mostly -- 88, mostly sunny. tomorrow evening 67 and your 7-day forecast, again not looking a like fall at all thursday or friday but early next week looks like mid-70s and much rainier pattern next week. >>> one of the season's biggest stars turned out to be the first celebrity to get t
tick there. 33% of homes grew just over 4%. >>> still ahead on news4 -- ♪ >> this virginia library group has a creative way to poke n of budget cuts. >>> bedbugs spreading in one town in maryland. >>> plus, how stress can affect one woman's ability to get pregnant. >>> summer officially ends tomorrow, but mother nature trying to hold on and give us some heat. i'll show you coming up in my full forecast. liz zee? >>> this is not the natural scheme you're used to. you have got to see what the nationals did tonight. the redskinslet go of a america saves on dunkin', america runs on dunkin', with three freshly baked bagel twists for only $3, like our delicious new tomato basil or sweet chocolate chip, so grab three for 3 toy. [ ding! ] . >>> a library in bennett, maryland had a small infestation of bedbugs that we're told are gone now. last friday, a sff meer found four to six bedbugs in a book drop. they are put in a van and when the temperature reaches 130 degrees for ten minutes, the bedbugs will be dead. all eight frederick county libraries and bookmoeblz have been treated by ex ter
immigrants from virginia to missouri. i never really thought about immigration much growing up. my grandfather was italian. i was aware he had a different life from me. and very grateful for the opportunities that he give us. my father was the youngest child growing up in the depression. all they wanted to do was the american. he does not even know italian. i never even thought about it. during the development of a career path, i fell into immigration. like a lot of young attorneys, i was interested in human rights. i was offered a job at the department of justice with the ins. i was not tried to do it. i started thinking about what i cared about. it was public service. you make a difference where you are. i believed for the 13 years that i was in ind and then dhs, that i was able to help make changes within the government structure. i was detailed to senator kennedy's office. i worked on the immigration bill. when it was time to go back to dhs -- i decided i needed to be more engaged in the public debate. there's some things you cannot do as a public servant that you can do on the
of virginia, they can become an overstay and can become denied to come back into this country. so it is very important, and i really thank you, the immigrant rights commission, for supporting a resolution to include it into comprehensive immigration reform, and we need to make sure that exrenlsive immigration be truly immigration and includes all families. we should not leave families out. thank you. >> thank you for your comments. >> hi. my name is nadia, and i work for the san francisco human rights commission. the commission investigates cases of discrimination based on a number of categories, one of which is national origin, whether that is discrimination in housing, public accommodation, that means any business establishment you go to, or employment. we interpret, especially in instances of housing-based discrimination, that immigration status is part of national origin discrimination. we just want to let the forum know about this, and my colleague been talking
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